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By Jon Scieszka Lane Smith | Comments: ( 987 ) | Date: ( Jan 21, 2020 )

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  • Title: Science Verse
  • Author: Jon Scieszka Lane Smith
  • ISBN: 9780670910571
  • Page: 255
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Jon Scieszka Lane Smith

Jon Scieszka is a writer and teacher He lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife and two children Occasionally he has been known to howl at the full moon from the dust jacket of The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs Jon Scieszka is also the author of the best selling ALA Notable Book, The True Story of the Three Little Pigs, as well as Knights of the Kitchen Table, and The Not So Jolly Roger He teaches as The Day School in Manhattan where he is known as Mr Scieszka He lives with his wife, and two children in Brooklyn where he is known as Dad from the dust jacket of The Frog Prince Continued


Science Verse Golden Duck Awards Picture Book Awards Sep , Science Verse Golden Duck Awards Picture Book Awards Jon Scieszka, Lane Smith on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Amoeba Don t ever tease a wee amoeba By calling him a her amoeba And don t call her a him amoeba Or never he a she amoeba Cause whether his or hers amoeba Science Verse by Jon Scieszka Science verse is a book that tells the story of a young boy drifting off to sleep during a science class and dreaming of science related concepts written in poem form Many of these humorous poems are similar in structure, verse and phrasing as many famous past poems. Science Verse by Jon Scieszka, Lane Smith , Hardcover Science Verse is both a mixture of science and poetry The author turned science into poetry with rhymes and rhythm making it fun to read and learn at the same time. What Does the Bible Say About Science Science Verse Science Verse is a children s picture book written by Jon Scieszka and illustrated by Lane Smith It won the Picture Book prize in the Golden Duck Awards. Science Verse by Jon Scieszka About Science Verse Amoeba Don t ever tease a wee amoeba By calling him a her amoeba And don t call her a him amoeba Or never he a she amoeba Cause whether his or hers amoeba, They too feel like you and meba What if a boring lesson about the food chain becomes a sing aloud celebration about predators and prey Bible verses about Science Verse Concepts Creation Nature Of God Divinity Found Guilty God Showed His Power Godhead Information Age Beauty Of Nature Knowing God The Beauty Of Nature Morality Knowing God, Nature Of Creation Showing God s Nature The Call Of God God, Invisible From The Beginning Knowledge, Of God Excuses Creation Causing Worship Well, you re thinking in science verse, that s what And if you can t stop the rhymesthe atomic joke is on you ppOnly the amazing talents of Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith, the team who created iMath Curse i, could make science so much fun A CD with text read by Scieszka and Smith is included p Science Verse djj YouTube Oct , Science Verse children s book by Jon Scieszka read aloud with special effects. BIBLE VERSES ABOUT SCIENCE Bible Verses About Science Bible verses related to Science from the King James Version KJV by Relevance Sort By Book Order Psalms The works of the LORD are great, sought out of all them that have pleasure therein.


Comments Science Verse

  • Brenna

    A concept whose time has not comeScience Verse is fairly dumb.Lessons taught on the perimeterOf bad iambic pentameterDoes not hearty reading make -It is simply hard to take.To seem nicer, it comes freewith the book read on CD.(But it's a double-edged sword;Jon and Lane sound rather bored.Plus, their own rhymes they don't sing -A few kids give it a fling.)Such topics as evolution(Though Kansas demands ablution),Molecular states and chemics,Things like global epidemics,Human bodies, dinosaursWhy n [...]


  • Jill

    This book teaches science while at the same time is full of fun, providing lots of laughs. Many of the rhymes are take-offs of common songs and poems kids may recognize, such as “Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost or “Jabberwocky” by Lewis Carroll. Some are short but still so clever, as this one on the dual form of light:"Hey diddle diddle, what kind of riddleIs this nature of light?Sometimes it’s a wave,Other times particle . . .But which answer will be marked right [...]


  • Valerie

    A Summary/Thoughtful Review:In his humorous scientific twists on age-old poems, nursery rhymes, and songs Jon Scieszka has written a collection of creative, witty poems about a broad range of science topics! Setting the scene in Mr. Newton's science class, a young boy has been "zapped" with a curse of the Science Verse, hearing everything as a science poem. In the pages that follow, readers enjoy the playful rhythms and rhymes of scientific topics such as: Evolution ("Glory, glory, evoluuution") [...]


  • Jennifer

    Science Verse, by John Scieszka and Lane Smith, tells the story of a boy who is zapped with the curse of science verse when his science teacher suggests that if “you listens closely, the poetry of science can be heard in everything”. The unnamed by falls into a deep sleep or trance in which all of his science studies are transformed into poetic and sometimes creepy verse. This humor filled collection of science poems includes science themes from biology to astrology. Those readers familiar w [...]


  • Christine

    I listened to the audio version of this book, while also having a hard copy to follow along. Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith read most the poems, and they are absolutely wonderful! I will never read this book again without listening to them. I also enjoyed them SO much because they would add lib between the poems and again at the end of the book, they are so funny and entertaining. Listening to them read it was so very enjoyable for me and it sounded like they enjoyed it as well. This book is a coll [...]


  • Amanda Behrends

    Summary - Elementary science topics including the states of matter and the solar system described in poetry.Curriculum Connection - Great book to use as a fun way to introduce a science topic. Could also be used as a language arts connection (under line all the verb, circle all the nouns, etc.) Could also be used to connect as a model for a science extension activity (write a poem about habitats similar to the poems we read in Science Verse).Personal Reaction - LOVED IT!! This has been my favori [...]


  • L11_Page

    The author's observations and conclusions noted at the end of this book were as interesting and funny as the book itself. Each poem has a science theme to which most students would be able to relate. Evolution, the water cycle, and the scientific method are a few examples of subjects put to familiar tunes such as "Casey at the Bat","It's raining, it's pouring" and "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star." I didn't catch some of these connections until I read the author's notes, so it's worth an extra rea [...]


  • Keri

    This review was in my "Message" Box.This is an award-winning poetry book. It has vividly colored pictures and catchy (and sometime disgusting) verse. It is memorable and covers many science topics. The verses are set to poetry we (and many children) know and love.It can be used throughout the elementary curriculum and tied to science curriculum. Children and adults alike will laugh and remember the topics. It is an excellent addition to any classroom library.


  • Daniel Zielske

    I am a big fan of Jon Scieszka (author) and Lane Smith (illustrator). This particular collaboration of theirs takes scientific facts and puts them to verse based on nursery rhymes or popular folk songs. The illustrations and graphic design of the book is brilliant. And if you aren't careful, you may learn a thing or two.


  • Erica

    A must have kid's poem book; I love it!


  • Laura

    Gigglesome science poems. Thanks for the rec, Rob!


  • Melissa

    Oh how we love these clever books of poetry by Jon Scieszka!!


  • Jessica

    Science Verse is a compilation of poems related to a science class. It is a companion book to Jon Scieszka’s Math Curse. It begins with a student who says that his science teacher, cleverly named Mr. Newton said that if they listen closely, they can “hear the poetry of science in everything”. The next day, the student begins to hear the poems in everything Mr. Newton teaches about science. This is a fun book for children to read because of its playful words and lightheartedness. This is no [...]


  • Kimberly

    What an amazing book! This book has SO much to offer children; it has science, poetry, entertainment, and humor, all in one book. Being built off of the ending to “Math Curse,” the little boy in the story gets a science curse put on him that makes him look at everything in a scientific way, and he can only speak in verses to communicate what he sees.Children really will love all the humor they get out of this book. The rhymes, poetry, and even songs are all entertaining ways for them to read [...]


  • CH13_Meghan Schultz

    Science Verse is a wonderful compilation of science themed poems! Jon Scieszka takes typical, boring science topics (such as amoebas, the food chain, and black holes, metamorphosis) and spices them up to become thrilling, interesting, humorous stories. At the beginning of the book a boy is stricken with a "curse of science verse" and transforms all of his science topics into poems (several of which paradoy the rhymes of famous poems). The artwork throughout the book acts as a wonderful companion [...]


  • Jessica

    When the teacher tells his class that they can hear the poetry of science in everything, a student is struck with a curse and begins hearing nothing but science verses that sound very much like some well-known poems.-Thanks to Literary Awards: Parent’s Choice Award Gold 2004 Non-Fiction ALA Notable Children’s Book Award 2005 Genre: Non-Fiction, HumorReading Level: 3rd-6th grade Topic: Science, PoetryUse: Guided Reading, Independent Reading Social Issues: evolution, water cycle, anatomy, ast [...]


  • Alexis Weber

    Personal Reaction: I thought that this collection of poems was very fun and had an interesting take on ways to teach science. My favorite poem was 'Twas The Night, because it was set to the tone of Twas the Night Before Christmas but is an explanation of The Big Bang Theory. I think that this book is a fun educational book that gives a good explanation to students about scientific things that may have been hard for them to understand in the past. Purpose/Use in the Classroom: This book of poetry [...]


  • Ms. Burris

    This book was an interesting take on mixing poetry and science. The book opens with a boy who has been cursed with the science verse and he sees science through eyes of poems. There is a vast variety of poems written about various topics such as: evolution, the water cycle, body parts, dinosaurs, the food chain, chemistry, the scientific method, and much more more! This book would be a good literacy addition to opening up a science lesson and getting students to start thinking about what the poe [...]


  • Elizabeth Westlund

    Science verse is a book that tells the story of a young boy drifting off to sleep during a science class and dreaming of science related concepts written in poem form. Many of these humorous poems are similar in structure, verse and phrasing as many famous past poems. For example, "Astronaut Stopping by a Planet on a Snowy evening" is similar to "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening". All science poems and the originals they pair with are listed and discussed on the last page. While these poems [...]


  • Shannon Brasher

    Science Verse is a book about, you guessed it, science poetry. What makes this book fun is a lot of the poems are set to well known nursery rhymes such as Mary Had a (Little Parasite) instead of Mary Had a Little Lamb, poems such as 'Twas the night (before anything) which is set to the same meter as "Twas the Night Before Christmas, and stories such as The Senseless Lab of Professor Revere which is a take on the Ride of Paul Revere. The end of the book even features an Observations and Conclusio [...]


  • Ziwei Cheng

    This is a very interesting book. It talks about a group of students in the class and they are learning science. Different pages were used to talk about different science theories. For example, there are theories on evolution, water cycle, dinosaur, food chain and scientific method at the bat, etc. For each one, a tiny little man is put there drawing a picture. These little people explain every science theory to readers.The picture is very vivid. The paragraph is simple and easy, very suitable to [...]


  • Nathalie S

    How often do you get to read poems about science? Or maybe you do and this is a genre completely new to me! I knew that with Jon Scieska as the author and Lane Smith as the illustrator, these would be a blast! Such as the scientified "I've been working in the food chain, All the live long day" (as in "I've been working on the railroad") or "Mary had a little worm, She thought it was a chigger, But everything that Mary ate, only it made bigger" genre. You get the idea. Big shout out to longer poe [...]


  • Isabel

    In this witty story, a young boy is told by his teacher that if he pays close enough attention he will be able to hear "the poetry of science in everything". Scieszka then turns well known nursery rhymes and poems into rhymes about science. I think this book would be great for a teacher to read to an elementary class before starting a science unit. I am a fan of the illustrations in this book and their comical take on scientific things. Another great picture book by Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith.


  • Jackie

    Yes I believe you can hear them. Science facts set to some very familiar poems. When the teacher tells the class that science is poetrye words take shape, the sounds become poetry, and the effect is quite amazing! Science Verse is quite clever, but you knew that before you even started reading, of course. It's written by Jon Scieszka. Would you expect anything less? The illustrations are just as comical and fun. It'd be fun to get the original poem and compare side-by-side to realize just how cl [...]


  • Lauren

    Those verses that can be sung aloud definitely should which reminds me of my sophomore year in high school when I got in trouble for not singing the song that the animals sing in Orwell's Animal Farm with the rest of the class.


  • Shawn

    This is an immensely creative book which introduces science topics through rhyme, little poems that are very catchy and explain the topic a little bit.


  • Nan

    Okay. I liked the Math Curse, but it was a one trick book.


  • Annie Morrison

    This book was full of so much fun poetry! I would definitely categorize this book as poetry and children lit. I would definitely use this book for lower elementary grades such as 2-5. I loved this book because it could be used throughout a variety of subjects. One of the most unique features of this book were the illustrations. I have never seen such interesting illustrations before and I think they really tied the book together and made it so much different from any other children's poetry book [...]


  • Maria

    Illustrations are quirky and go great with the quirky verses about science topics.


  • H

    I thought this was hilarious, but 5-year-old refused it as a bedtime story. Better for older kids/adults.


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